Easter Pie Sale

Take one thing off your plate for Easter Dinner. We are thrilled to announce the continuation of our annual Easter Pie Sale!

Dave Forrest will bake apple pies, ricotta pies, peanut-butter with chocolate ganache pies, and a few other flavors to be determined.  You’ll have to stop by to see what they are!

Friday 4/14 from 11am to 5pm 

Saturday 4/15 from 10am until gone!

They’re still only $12.00 per pie!  (Specialty pies may cost extra)

Blessings in a Backpack

This is a national campaign to assist with feeding needy children on the weekends during the school year. The Mission Committee signed on to partner with Bellevue Heights Methodist Church to support an additional 30 children for 3 years. That is a three year commitment of $9,000. There has been a great deal of enthusiasm from the congregation to support this program. ~450 students attend Delaware school and many are needy. Volunteers from BHMC pack the backpacks weekly and are looking for more assistance to support additional students. $100.00 will feed a student on weekends for a year. Robinson has already sent a check to the Backpacks national program to help feed 30 additional children, which began January 20th. A group of folks from the congregation has already been helping to prepare the food packs at Bellevue Heights.
If you would like to donate to this worthy cause, leave an envelope in your pew at church labeled Blessings in a Backpack or click on the on-line donations button. Thank you!


Annual Meeting – January 29, 2017

The Annual Meeting of the Congregation and Corporation of Robinson Memorial Presbyterian Church has been called for Sunday, January 29, 2017 during the end of the 10:30am Worship Service for the purpose of electing Elders and Deacons, hearing reports, receiving the 2017 Budget approved by Session, acting on the recommendation to merge with Elmwood Presbyterian Church, and any other business that might rightfully come before the meeting.

Dan Duggan and Peggy Lynn in Concert (December 17)

Take a breather from wrapping, shopping, running, sleeping, eating, cooking, shoveling, snowblowing, plowing, sledding, skiing and come hear a


Saturday, December 17, 2016 at 7:30PM 
Admission: A free-will offering will be taken.
We are handicapped accessible.

Peggy Lynn, better known as “The First Lady of Adirondack Music”, is recognized nationwide for her soulful songwriting and extraordinary vocal versatility. Her work has been featured at the famous Bluebird Café in Nashville, and in 1996 Peggy was selected “Adirondack Woman Of The Year”. She has released six recordings, Determination, Chameleon, Bio Songs, Earned These Lines, Cloudsplitter and Close To The Sun. Peggy and Dan Duggan also have a newly released CD “A Stitch in Time”, songs celebrating the art and heritage of Quilting.

Dan Duggan is known nationally for his wizardry on Hammered Dulcimer and Flat Picking Guitar, and is the recipient of the National Hammered Dulcimer Championship. Dan has recorded four albums of original compositions, “First Frost”, “Last of May”, “Seasons of Change”, and “Trillium Lane” as well as three albums of traditional holiday music “Christmas Morn”, “Winters Eve”, and “All Through The Night. Dan’s recently released CD, “The Pieces of Our Life” original songs written with children, received a 1998 Parents Choice Approval Award. Dan’s dulcimer work can also be heard on Paul Simon’s CD “Your The One” released in October of 2000.

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Update from Robinson’s Mission Committee

Current Mission Activities:

Water for Flint: July Deacon’s Fund designation. Total ~$500.00 to be sent to PDA

The village of Kinyameseke is in need of funds/humanitarian aid for food. Mission sent $500 for food.

EWB/Water Project for Uganda: The new semester at Clarkson has begun and previous and new members have met twice to discuss the water project. They have been in communication with Howard Crook, Kule, and Ngamije and are getting maps together. Howard plans to meet with the Clarkson group

Deacon’s Funds and Offerings

The Peace and Global Witness Offering will be designated to go to Homelessness and Affordable Housing specifically A Tiny Home for Good. Funds will be collected until October 2nd when the campaign ends with World Communion Sunday. The director of A Tiny Home for Good, Andrew Lunetta, has agreed to give the congregation an update in the near future during a Minute for Mission.

The Crop Walk is October 2nd. A coordinator is desperately needed this week. See Charlie Brown or contact the office. 315-378-8124 or 315-468-2509.

The September Deacon’s Fund will be designated to refugee assistance. Fran Hunter researched refugee support organizations. The committee discussed options and determined that Catholic Charities will be contacted in order to gather more information and funds will be collected toward refugee assistance.


More info: http://www.robinsonmem.org/missions/

February Food Drive

February Food Drive

Help support our local mission project with Isaiah’s Table

On Sunday, February 7th – please bring one (or many) of the items listed below. There will be a box in the Narthex for all donations.

  • Canned vegetables (peas, green beans, carrots, etc.)
  • Canned soups (condensed/creamy, hearty mixes)
  • Canned fruits (mixed cocktail, peaches, pears etc.)
  • Men’s Socks (tube socks) Hats/Gloves

If you would like to make a financial contribution – make checks payable to RMPC and put Isaiah’s Table in the memo.

Traveling? Grab those hotel soaps, shampoos and hand lotions. They are great for the pantry! Other ideas: CENTRO Bus Passes (1 trip), $5.00 Gift Cards to Aldi’s, Dunkin Donuts, Burger King, Tops or Price Chopper.

Photo by Salvation Army USA West (https://flic.kr/p/dXQ5EL) available under a Creative Commons license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/us/)